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Jan Finster

Where should I stay in Shenzhen for a week?

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I wish you the best and hope it all works out well. In any case Shenzhen is an enjoyable city to visit: good food, warm climate, some interesting things to see and do.  

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mungouk
On 9/3/2019 at 5:12 PM, mungouk said:

my [MoBike] account has now been disabled without warning.

 

A quick update — I just registered a new MoBike account with my Chinese mobile number and it required "real name verification" like with WeChat... put your ID/passport number in, take a selfie holding the ID next to your face and upload that along with a photo of your ID.

 

Supposedly verification will take 1 day, and you can't use the bikes until then.  So, no more downloading the app on the spot and riding away...

 

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ChTTay
23 hours ago, mungouk said:

I just registered a new MoBike account with my Chinese mobile number and it required "real name verification" like with WeChat

This has always been the case for me using the Mobike app. I downloaded it years ago when it first started and had a deposit system. 

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mungouk

Yeah I created my initial MoBike account in Singapore with an SG mobile number, that must've been what was different.

 

Apparently this is no longer allowed.

 

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